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We Need More Women In Healthcare Leadership
By Anna Johansson

Born leaders naturally pursue top roles in the company they work for. Some leaders are given those top positions immediately, while others need to work their way up.   Read More

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9 Concrete Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Mentor at Work
By Joseph McLean

Successful professionals are not born, they are developed. No matter how smart or hard working you might be, you can hardly figure out everything on your own.   Read More

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Women's Workwear in 1989: Big Blazers, Bright Colors and Pantsuits Galore
By Madeleine Janz

The end of the '80s and the beginning of the '90s saw a shift in women's roles from homemaker to career woman. The Federal Reserve data shows that the percentage of women in the workforce grew by around 10 percentage points from 1980 to 1990.   Read More

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To Join or Not to Join: The Corporate World
By WITI News Staff

Twenty years ago, the American dream consisted of working a nine to five job at a large corporation. In the last five years, however, with more and more tech companies establishing themselves...   Read More

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Forgotten Women of Technology - Yvonne Claeys Brill
By WITI News Staff

Yvonne Claeys Brill faced this adversity when she was not welcomed into the University of Manitoba's engineering program. At the time, this was male only, as it was predetermined that only men could succeed in engineering.   Read More

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The 5 Ways Technology Could Actually Be Limiting Your Productivity
By Anna Johansson

Technology has been an incredible asset for increasing our collective productivity, both in terms of allowing us to work in new ways.   Read More